Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Social History of Medicine

John Wickham’s New Surgery: ‘Minimally Invasive Therapy’, Innovation, and Approaches to Medical Practice in Twentieth-century Britain
ONLINE EARLY
Concepts, Diagnosis and the History of Medicine: Historicising Ian Hacking and Munchausen Syndrome
ONLINE EARLY
Occupational Exposure to Heavy Metals Poisoning: Scottish Lead Mining
ONLINE EARLY

South African Historical Journal

The Un-making of the Group Areas Act: Local Resistance and Commercial Power in the Small Town of Mokopane
vol. 69 (4): 568-582
Disappearance and Displacement: The San, the Bamangwato, and the British in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, 1943–1945
vol. 69 (4): 548-567
Memory, Oral History and Conservation at Robben Island's Bluestone Quarry
vol. 69 (4): 583-597
Corrigendum
vol. 69 (4): 645-645
‘Survival in justice’: Apartheid and the Schalk Pienaar–Dr A.P. Treurnicht broedertwis, 1968–1978
vol. 69 (3): 452-467
Very Ordinary Communists: The Life of Ivan and Lesley Schermbrucker
vol. 69 (3): 418-451
The End of Whiteness: Satanism & Family Murder in Late Apartheid South Africa
vol. 69 (3): 492-496
‘Stories That Find their Place’: Retelling the Protest at Brandfort, 1901–1949
vol. 69 (3): 361-376
‘Stories That Find their Place’: Retelling the Protest at Brandfort, 1901–1949
vol. 69 (3): 361-376
The End of Whiteness: Satanism & Family Murder in Late Apartheid South Africa
vol. 69 (3): 492-496
Very Ordinary Communists: The Life of Ivan and Lesley Schermbrucker
vol. 69 (3): 418-451
‘Survival in justice’: Apartheid and the Schalk Pienaar–Dr A.P. Treurnicht broedertwis, 1968–1978
vol. 69 (3): 452-467
The Origins of Exercise ALCORA: South Africa and the Portuguese Counterinsurgency Strategy in Southern Angola
vol. 69 (3): 468-485
The Origins of Exercise ALCORA: South Africa and the Portuguese Counterinsurgency Strategy in Southern Angola
vol. 69 (3): 468-485
Rolling up Rivonia: 1962–1963
vol. 69 (3): 404-417
Rolling up Rivonia: 1962–1963
vol. 69 (3): 404-417
When the Past Transforms: A Case Study from a Western Cape Wine Farm
vol. 69 (3): 345-360
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